New Yorkers for Parks

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Port Morris »

The pedestrian bridge linking The Bronx to Randall's Island is set to open on Nov. 14 at 11 a.m.

Mott Haven »

DNAinfo has a roundup of the some of The Bronx's best spots for picnicking and barbecuing this summer.

Upper East Side »

Poses Park on East 68th Street was closed to the public in 2009.

Lenox Hill »

Poses Park on East 68th Street could provide open space in an area where it is lacking, locals said.

Yorkville »

John Jay Park failed to meet Parks Dept. cleanliness levels during five of the last eight inspections.

Throgs Neck »

The soccer league that used the field has been relocated to one filled with dirt and small mounds.

Upper East Side »

Residents and activists expressed their concerns at a community board forum Thursday night.

Claremont »

Debra Myers and the volunteer group she formed have helped revive the once-neglected park.

Inwood »

Inwood Hill and Fort Tryon parks received high marks from the New Yorkers for Parks Report Card.

Central Harlem »

Marcus Garvey Park is on the rise while St. Nicholas Park needs help, according to New Yorkers for Parks.

East Harlem »

A new study by New Yorkers for Parks found East Harlem has the potential to increase open space.

Upper East Side »

Upper East Side residents are planning a forum on open space for next spring.

Washington Heights & Inwood »

Uptown parks received below average grades in a survey of city parks conducted by the parks advocacy group New Yorkers for Parks.

Downtown »

Family members of 9/11 victims will plant 10,000 daffodil bulbs to mark the 10th anniversary of the attacks.

Murray Hill, Gramercy & Midtown East »

The second of three public forums regarding the proposed extension of the East River waterfront was the most heated yet.